What is the the difference between a rainbow and a desert?
A rainbow is something that appears in the sky after it rains and it has colors. A desert is a hot or dry area with no rain.
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The difference is that the savanna has lots of grass , but the desert does not have a lot of grass, because it is too dry.
There is no diffrentiation. Oasis is a water source present in the desert on which travellers, camels depend upon in long journeys.
tundra is permanently frozen ground loke up in the northern parts of Canada and the desert is a sea of sand and stone and dried shrubbery like in the Navadas.
It can get very very cold in the desert at night and a tundra is very cold all theough the year the desert during the day can get very hot
a desert is made of sand mountains are made of rock
The difference is that deserts are more dry and have less rainfall than a savanna. The savanna has clumps of trees while the desert usually can not support much plant life.
A glacier and a desert are both void of drinkable water that is easily accessed. There are both areas that animals have had to adapt to live in. A desert just has little rain …fall and is hot, a glacier has little snow fall but has lots of frozen water that is of no use for drinking. It is very cold on a glacier as it is ice.
Antarctica is a desert, the largest desert in the world.
forests has lots of trees and deserts dont
well a pond has water and a desert is dry also that a desert has what is called a rain shadow effect it is caused when a mountain takes all the rain water and because the moun…tain takes all the water from the rain the air reaching the other said is hot. i it weren't for does mountain there won't be a desert.
Most of the Arctic consists of sea ice and not land. Much of theland that is found in the region is tundra coverd with permafrost.Only a few inches of this permafrost thaws du…ring the short summermonths. The desert, especially the hot desert, has a greatervariety of plants and animals, does not have permafrost (exceptAntarctica) and all deserts are located on solid ground, not seaice.
Chaparral is a shrubland or heathland plant community foundprimarily in the U.S. state of California and in the northernportion of the Baja California peninsula, Mexico. It is… shaped by aMediterranean climate (mild, wet winters and hot dry summers) andwildfire, featuring summer-drought tolerant plants with hardsclerophyllous evergreen leaves, as contrasted with the associatedsoft-leaved, drought deciduous, scrub community of coastal sagescrub, found below the chaparral biome. (Wikipedia) A desert a region so arid because of little rainfall that itsupports only sparse and widely spaced vegetation or no vegetationat all.
The terrain of a semi desert may resemble that of a true desert andthe temperature may be as hot ad a true desert but the regionreceives more than 10 inches (250 mm) of rain p…er year.
In The Difference Between
First of all, a desert is a sand biome with small vegetation and mostly amphibious inhabitants, and a dessert is a sugary treat you have after supper.
A desert receives less than 10 inches of rain on average per year.Semi-desert receives over 10 inches but less than about 20 inches.